Currently, there are two additional domains pointing to this site:
scotlandsoftware.com and mattgemmell.com. I want to split off my
software and "business" stuff into a separate site. The question is,
should I use the company name or my own name as a contractor?
Let me just say up-front that I'm aware of the issue of link preservation,
but I don't want to factor that in just at the moment. I also don't particularly
want to register a new domain, though I could be swayed on that with a sufficiently
impressive suggestion. My default course of action would probably be
to continue to use the Scotland Software company name, and point that
domain to a new business-oriented site where I'll peddle shareware, various
consulting services, and offer my source code for download.
Thing is, I was talking to
yesterday (whom I seem to be name-dropping
a hell of a lot lately), and he opined that it might be better to simply
name the site after myself, and build a professional image based on my own
identity as a contractor. I can of course point both domains towards the
same site, but I need to determine the primary name and identity of the
business entity which the site represents.
I'd be interested to hear any thoughts you might have, Constant Reader.